Current Issues & Events

Click HERE for CalUWild’s November 2019 Update, our monthly newsletter. To sign up to receive the Update by email, click HERE.

Point Reyes National Seashore Needs Your Help!

The Park Service has released a Draft Management Plan that prioritizes cattle ranching above all other uses—including wildlife and landscape—over a wide area of the Seashore.

Thanks to everyone who submitted comments.

National Monuments Under Attack!

The administration undertook an unprecedented review of the monuments designated in the last 20 years, and despite the fact that 99% of the public comments submitted supported keeping all the monuments intact, they have cut the Bears Ears National Monument by 85% and Grand Staircase-Escalante by 50%.

Native American tribes and conservation organizations have taken the administration to court, and we’ll keep you updated as the cases progress.

An attack on one monument is an attack on all!

THANK YOU for speaking up in any way you can: to your legislators, the press, your friends and family!

Protect California’s Bodie Hills

The wild area just north of Mono Lake, home to wildlife, rare plants, and remarkable scenery, deserves permanent protection. CalUWild is a member of the Bodie Hills Conservation Partnership. Click HERE for more information.

CalUWild’s Mission

CalUWild is a citizens group founded to secure protection for the remaining wilderness areas and other public lands in the western United States. The organization works to encourage and facilitate direct citizen democracy through participation in administrative and legislative actions, creating a constituency in California for wilderness across the West.

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